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Mary Cheney

 (1871 - 1957)
Mary Moulton Cheney was active/lived in Minnesota, Massachusetts.  Mary Cheney is known for printmaking, design, teaching, hand-bound books.

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Mary Cheney


Mary Moulton Cheney was a prolific and influential Minneapolis artist and educator in the early part of the 20th century. She was born in 1871, daughter of Isaac Cheney, head millwright for the Washburn, Crosby Milling Company in Minneapolis. She graduated from the College of Science, Literature, and Arts at the University of Minnesota and the design department at the Boston Museum School of Art. She also studied painting under George Elmer Browne in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Cheney educated many others on art in turn, organizing the first class in design at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts in 1897, eventually becoming the principal of the design department, then Dean of Women, and finally Director of the school from 1917 to 19  ...  Displaying 750 of 3888 characters.



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About  Mary Cheney

Born:  1871 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Died:   1957
Known for:  printmaking, design, teaching, hand-bound books